PixelJunk Shooter 2, Limbo top indie PSN charts

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 14 December 2011 13:35 GMT

PixelJunk Shooter 2 and Limbo were the two biggest selling PSN hits of this year, coming out on top of their respective downloadable game lists. PJ Shooter 2 was first in the list of downloadable titles published by Sony, followed by Fat Princess and Flower. The Playdead horror platform appeared in the list for games not published first-party on top, followed by Behemoth’s Castle Crashers and Test Yourself Psychology from Creat Studios.

Full lists are below the break, via the US PS Blog.

Third-party:

  1. Limbo (Playdead)
  2. Castle Crashers (The Behemoth)
  3. TestYourself Psychology (Creat Studios)
  4. Marvel Pinball (Zen Studios)
  5. Worms 2 Armageddon (Team 17)
  6. Dungeon Defenders (Trendy Entertainment)
  7. Armageddon Riders (Targem Games)
  8. Braid (Number None Inc.)
  9. UnderSiege (Seed Studios)
  10. Hamsterball (TikGames)

First-party:

  1. PixelJunk Shooter 2 (Q-Games)
  2. Fat Princess (Titan Studios)
  3. Flower (thatgamecompany)
  4. Aquatopia (Playlogic Entertainment)
  5. Hustle Kings (VooFoo Sudios)
  6. Eat Them! (FluffyLogic)
  7. Top Darts (Devil’s Details)
  8. Super Stardust HD (Housemarque)
  9. Linger in Shadows (Plastic)
  10. Rag Doll Kung Fu (Qi Studios)

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